Archive Search

1-20 of 199 results for MP3

sorted by relevance | sort by date

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

I Want My MP3
Screens Story  March 4, 1999, by Sam Martin
"...Better known as MP3, this musical revolution is the biggest Internet craze since Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee misplaced their home movies. So crazy, in fact, that the Internet tracking service SearchTerms reports more people searching for MP3 in the past two months than any subject other than sex..."

Mp3 Related Links
Screens Story  August 1, 1997
"...alt.binaries.sounds.mp3 Usenet news group..."

MP3 for Dummies
Music Story  August 17, 2001, by Michael Bertin
"...If you are sick and tired of hearing about MP3s because you don't know what they are, or you download them like crazy and still have no idea what they are apart from songs, then this little primer's for you...."

Everyone Knows Everyone: An online guide to Austin DJs and the top five MP3 blogs
Music Story  January 12, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...Okay, so maybe everyone doesn't actually know everyone, but thanks to MySpace, everyone can download tracks from all of the DJs mentioned above and while away hours, days, years sifting through the myriad MP3 blogs that are even now helping to hatch a whole new slew of newborn DJs and eager old-schoolers. Here's our pick for top five:..."

MP3: Grupo Fantasma "El Consejo"
Behind the scenes for 'El Existential'
DAILY Music  March 9, 2010, by Austin Powell

MP3: Sixteen Deluxe "Baby Headrush"
Debut demos resurface in time for reunion shows
DAILY Music  January 14, 2010, by Austin Powell

MP3: Sweet Tea, “If I Were a Carpenter”
Bastards and Angels collide
DAILY Music  July 7, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Followed By Static “AADC”
Howls and hollers from Red River
DAILY Music  June 3, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Robert Harrison "Build Havanna"
The Future Clouds & Radar frontman's revision for Cupid
DAILY Music  May 21, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Lions “Girl from the North Country”
A Dylan cover for Sons of Anarchy
DAILY Music  May 18, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: The Strange Boys “Untitled 2”
The Strange Boys, Leatherbag, and T-Bird & the Breaks do Daytrotter
DAILY Music  May 15, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Vega “No Reasons”
Back to the future... of disco.
DAILY Music  May 8, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Leatherbag “Wagon Wheel”
An exclusive from his latest EP, Everything I Once Knew
DAILY Music  April 29, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: White Denim “Mirrored And Reverse”
Don't look that way at it
DAILY Music  April 29, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Voxtrot “Trepanation Party”
The new rage continues
DAILY Music  April 29, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Loxsly “Battalions”
Digging up Tomorrow's Fossils
DAILY Music  April 29, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Bill Callahan “Eid Ma Clack Shaw”
The Smog songsmith gets dark again
DAILY Music  April 29, 2009, by Austin Powell

MP3: Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears
Live on Woxy: Gritty, Groovy, and Gettin' It
DAILY Music  April 29, 2009, by Austin Powell

Samurai Sword
Austin Powell debuts “Into the Void” with the Sword's Trivett Wingo
DAILY Music  February 2, 2007, by Austin Powell
"...There’s only been a few months total that we’ve been home and that time is usually spent recovering from the previous tours and planning for the ones that are coming up. There hasn’t been a lot of time to write, but I think we’ll start setting some time aside soon and getting that under way because people are already starting to ask about the second record. Sword Mp3, “Winter Wolves” "Into the Void" submissions: Austin Chronicle c/o Austin Powell 4000 N..."

Digital Audio From the Cyber-Underground
Boot Up the Volume
Screens Story  August 1, 1997, by John Avignone
"...Thanks to a new type of audio compression called MPEG Layer 3 Audio (MP3 for short), anyone with a decent computer and the right stuff (see side bar) can download, store, manipulate and play sound files of CD quality or better. Here's why: With current technology, one average song from a CD would take anywhere from 50 to 200 megs of hard drive space..."

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
This content has not been formatted for this window size.
Please increase the size of your browser window, or revisit on a mobile device.